I'm pretty positive about this project, it's like google cayley if it hadn't have got bogged down in trying to support numerous database drivers. It'll show its strength if and when it implements raft and reaches a stable production state.
How would Dgraph compare to Neo4j for example?
I have looked at google cayley's as well (looked through the docs) and I must say I liked the premise. Do you think the support of multiple databases has degraded the database's performance?
I've never worked with Neo4j but it's a stable and matured product with numerous large scale deployments, enough said. :)
The thing is that i don't see the point of such a graph db if not for what i just mentioned.
any clarification would be great.